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Java Developer - Northamptonshire - Up to 45K

Job Title: Java Developer - Northamptonshire - Up to 45K
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Corby, Northamptonshire
Industry:
Salary: £35000 - £45000 per annum
REF: J7086
Contact Name: Bhavneet Gill
Contact Email: bhavg@montash.com
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Java Developer - Northamptonshire - Up to 45K

I am currently partnered with a global e-commerce retail company who are looking for a Java Developer to join the team and be part of a large transformation project to become one of UK's leading online retail organisations.

You will be responsible for the low-level design, development and implementation to support the businesses e-commerce systems. This role will allow you to work closely with the Architects, Scrum Masters and UI Developers to understand technical solutions and promote best practices throughout the organisation.

Key Skills:

  • Extensive hands on experience developing web applications
  • Experience in working with JBoss and Tomcat applications
  • Experience working with Oracle and Java EE 1.6 or and above
  • Experience with implementing high volume applications

This role will allow the successful candidate the opportunity to work on a variety of projects within the team using various development methodologies. If you have all the essential experience and are interested in this position apply with an up to date CV and I will be in touch shortly.

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